Patient-centered Medicine: Transforming the Clinical Method
Fully describing and explaining the patient-centered model of care, the second edition of this volume demonstrates how the clinical method has evolved. Divided into four parts, it comprehensively covers the evolution, the six interactive components of the patient-centered clinical method, teaching and learning, and research including research findings and reviews. Qualitative and quantitative research on the patient-centered clinical method is examined and evaluated. The book also takes the reader through the relationships between the patient and doctor and the patient and clinician using the six interactive components of the patient-centered method.
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The evolution of clinical method
The six components of the patientcentered clinical method
understanding the whole person
case illustrating component 2
incorporating prevention and
enhancing the patientdoctor relationship
Learning and teaching the patientcentered clinical method
The case report as a teaching tool for patientcentered care
Developing a patientcentered curriculum
Measuring patient perceptions of patientcenteredness
Learning the patientcentered clinical method
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